Government’s Joint Air Quality Unit (JAQU) will address members at this summer’s Future Mobility Congress, sharing the latest on Clean Air Zones across the UK.
With the first Clean Air Zone outside of London coming into force in Birmingham in January 2020, JAQU will provide a national perspective, followed by a panel discussion.
Joining JAQU on the panel is Transport for London, who will talk about the Ultra-Low Emission Zone launched in April. They will provide an insight into the ULEZ three months on and enable delegates to ask questions about the London expansion plans.
JAQU will speak about their work on the national portal and payment database that they will be launching later this year in preparation for confirmed CAZs coming into operation in 2020.
They will also talk about the guidance they have produced to support local authorities and provide insights into local authority plans and effective mitigation measures.
Birmingham council will also be in attendance, sharing their plans for implementing a charging CAZ and taking questions from the audience.
There will be a CAZ Advice Zone at the Congress for delegates to attend during break times.